Julian Assange has a talk show
I think this is a clever way to get around the financial blockade the government and the banks have placed on WikiLeaks:
Starting in March, Mr. Assange will host a 10-part series of interview programs with “key political players, thinkers and revolutionaries” on Russia Today (RT), a state-funded English-language satellite news network which claims to reach more than 85 million viewers in the US alone.
According to a statement on his website, the new Assange series will explore the “upheavals and revolutions” that are shaking the Middle East and expose how “the deterioration of the rule of law has demonstrated the bankruptcy of once leading political institutions and ideologies” in the West.
Entitled “The World Tomorrow,” the show will be filmed by an RT satellite crew at Ellingham Hall, the remote manor house 130 miles north of London. It’s the same place Assange has been under house arrest since December 2010 awaiting a Supreme Court decision on his extradition to Sweden to face sexual assault allegations.